Worldwide terrorist attacks have local impact

Zoe Engels, News Editor

February 5, 2016

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As junior Sahra Merchant discusses the problems of extremism, she moves her hands to make air quotations when she says the word “Muslim” in reference to extremists. Merchant, the daughter of Pakistani immigrants, said sh... Read more »

Piecing variety together

Lizzy Ring, Opinions Editor

February 5, 2016

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According to Phoebe Handler, Variety Show student director, co-director Evelyn Tarnovsky and she have been looking forward to working with Director Andrew Wallace to put together the show since last year. “Last year we ema... Read more »

Studying popular online resources

Debbie Noh and Zara Saiyed, Opinion Editors

February 5, 2016

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Illustrating freedom of expression

Victoria Tu, Anisha Thotam, Executive Lifestyle Editor, Lifestyle Editor

February 5, 2016

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Ever since senior Anna Wasilczuk was in first grade, art has been a way for her to express her passions. “I draw when I feel a certain emotion, and sometimes when I draw I get a certain emotion,” Wasilczuk said. This... Read more »

Students sign into new club

Zoe Engels, News Editor

December 11, 2015

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When freshman Jenna Lasky walks into class at the Center on Deafness in Northbrook, she has conversations with her classmates and instructors. But, the conversations are silent. “I sometimes see one of my instructors who works... Read more »

Drinking tickets no longer required to be reported to GBN

Allan Dontsis, Jenna Magill, Executive Sports Editor, News Editor

December 11, 2015

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As the varsity football team was losing to Hersey in 2012, current senior Mitch Schermerhorn remembered watching from the stands the multiple starters ineligible to play and feeling sorry for the other teammates. “They we... Read more »

Finals schedule prompts debate

Ellie Jordan, Executive Opinions Editor

December 11, 2015

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When junior Ashley Goldstein departs for her annual cruise over winter break, she does not always bring her study materials to prepare for the looming first semester final exams. “I think that having finals after winter break makes ... Read more »

Getting real about monitoring

Sue Hong, Executive News Editor

December 11, 2015

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GBN restores AP Computer Science

Emily Chwa, News Editor

December 11, 2015

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Senior Danny Martens is methodical when picking out his outfit in the morning before he drives to Glenbrook South. “I have to be careful not to wear a [Glenbrook North] shirt to class because GBS kids will always make fun of... Read more »

No-Shave November is growing on GBN

Jenna Magill, News Editor

November 6, 2015

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Arriving to his godson’s baptism in a suit and a two-inch beard, social studies teacher James Hoover smiled through his facial hair as he posed for a family photo shoot. Hoover was one of several teachers who participated ... Read more »

5 things you should know

Kelly Johnson, Page Editor

November 6, 2015

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